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Buy One Get One @ Starbucks
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17 Nov 2011, 22:59
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Pretzels? LOL! I've never heard those as being thought of as an American snack ;D They've always been sort of an afterthought to me. Like, I'll never outright buy them at the store, but if someone has them at their house I'll eat a few.

I've noticed here though, that a lot more people are saying "fish and chips" (on like dinner Menus and such) instead of the usual "fish dinner" or "fish and fries", which I find very interesting! Maybe they're trying to be more exotic?
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18 Nov 2011, 00:40
lithium layouts.
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Where did fish and chips originate from??

Apparently, pasta originated from China! Or that could just be one of those made-up myths that was circulated around in one of those chain emails. xD
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18 Nov 2011, 11:52
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@lithium layouts - apparently from France. Or so people say.
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18 Nov 2011, 13:34
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@Lithium layouts

Fish and chips come from jewish immigrants
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18 Nov 2011, 16:39
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Ah yes, that's where the fried fish part of fish and chips came from. The chip part came from France. Or Belgium. Gosh, fish and chips are totally mixed race! ;D
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18 Nov 2011, 20:56
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Gawd, I'm going to get so fat.... This is my second grande caramel brulee in two days. DAMN YOU STARBUCKS AND YOUR DELICIOUS HALF PRICE COFFEE! :D
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20 Nov 2011, 15:05
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V and I went to Starbucks yesterday for this.
Their Caramel Brulee gave me such horrible heartburn.
It was good though.
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